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the weekend the navy seals attempted to rescue dr. dilip joseph. they succeede succeeded but in e process a seal was killed. joining us from washington is lieutenant colonel ralph peters and colorado david hunt, fox news military analyst. how did the operation go down to rescue the dr., colonel hunt? >> sure. you said five days ago there was three people kidnapped working to help the afghan knee people just north of kabul. two afghans and dr. joseph. they were followed by satellite and also followed by drones, and we had some assets on the ground. there were negotiations between morningstar which is the company for whom they worked, and the taliban. there was a $12,000 ransom paid and the two afghans were let go. there wasn't any ransom being paid, and his life was being threatened, dr. joseph's, and they were considering moving him across the pakistani border. an order was given for afghani special forces and seal team 6 to do a raid on the fly, much more difficult than the bin laden raid because it was done on the fly. a seal from pennsylvania was killed but dr. joseph was rescued. it w
, to raise enough to raise a navy, et cetera. they never had a conception of a fair idea. tithing to the church is a fairness issue. that's where you give willingly, you give out of conviction and you give in a moral way. taxation is simply a question of how much are you spending, how are you going to get it? >> here is the other side. constitution obviously has it in there that the government, federal government has a right to beings that, all right? it doesn't define it any clearer than that. it just has a right to do it it? >> after 120 years. >> it's in there. the government has a right to tax and the liberal obama administration and both charles and i agree that it probably is the most liberal administration ever in the united states. they say, look, we are elected. the folks elected us and we haven't hidden our agenda of elevating all americans to a certain lifestyle, a certain standard of living. in order to do that, we have to take from those who have and give to those below the standard of living that we want. and the folks said yes. that's their argument. >> look, i beli
bureau democrats and senior army marine navy air force generals where the bigger you screw up, the more chances you will be protected and even promoted. general screws up a war, make him army chief of staff. and so on. it didn't surprise me to learn of this that there are apparentlyon the job admin. it's hard to get rid of a washington bureaucrat much easier to duck them under cover for a while and let things cool down and give them a new job, new title, maybe the same desk with a new title. the important thing right now for the administration is they don't want to irritate anybody to put it politely because this benghazi thing is still on the back burner simmering. the administration doesn't want someone to go rogue and tell the truth. >> greg: that's the primary reason why i have been fired because they are scared i may go to the press. they are worried that -- they are waiting for this story to die down the media helped it die down. waiting for it to be far enough away that they can breathe. that's why they are not getting rid of these employees, right? >> it is hard to get rid of th
army, navy, air force generals, the bigger you screw up, the more chance you will be protected and even promoted. general screws up a war, make him army chief of staff and so on. so it's really didn't surprise me at all to learn of this, that they're apparently not only still on the job, on admin leave, because it's very hard to get rid of a washington bureaucrat and it's much easier to duck them under cover for a while, let things cool down, and then give them a new job, new title, maybe even the same desk with a new title, but the important thing right now for the administration is they don't want to -- they don't want to irritate anybody, to put it politely. >> right. >> because this benghazi thing is still on the back burner simmering and the administration does the no -- does not want somebody to go rogue and tell the truth. >> that's the primary reason i've rarely been fired, because they're always scared i may go to the press. isn't that what this is about? they're worry, they're waiting for this story to die down and the media helped it die down and they're waiting for it to be
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